Please clarify why this does not meet criteria
I had an appeal rejected today. I didnt receive any email, luckily I checked on it.
The appeal was for a bridge. It was the first prefabricated concrete bridge in the UK, one of the first in the world with only a couple in switzerland considered older. The experimental technology was developed for repairs during world war II, at a pioneering research institution in Derby established by the London Midland and Scottish Railway. This bridge is the first example of the technology being used for a full-scale design, built in 1946, the year after the war. It pre-dates the two stone bridges which were accepted further up the road by decades. It was the dawn of modern construction, and is a piece of local, national and international history. It is literally a grade II listed heritage site. It is listed by many official organisations as a point of interest...
British Listed Buildings: https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/101061327-adam-viaduct-douglas-ward#.YnaO6-iZPIU
Wigan & Liegh Buildings of Interest: https://www.wiganbuildings.co.uk/building.php?id=508
In addition to being a historical point of interest it spans a walking trail through a scenic natural area.
The rejection text on wayfarer simply says "The object in question does not meet the Wayfarer criteria. We recommend you review the Wayspot Criteria before submitting your next Wayspot contribution". So here are the eligibility criteria...
I'm struggling to see why this isn't eligible. Please can you clarify or reconsider.